Nestled next to Shakespeare's iconic Globe Theatre, Swan at The Globe offers British classics made from seasonal, speciality produce from across the UK.
This perfectly placed restaurant also boasts unsurpassed views of London's skyline and the River Thames, enabling you to enjoy seasonal cocktails, breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner with sweeping views.
The refined decor includes the likes of full height timber panelling, chandeliers and a marble back bar.
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Swan at the Globe
21 New Globe WalkBanksideLondonSE1 9DT
Whilst this is a lovely setting / building , the service is absolutely shoddy. We went in for a quick drink; the beer I had wasn't available so they gave me another without telling me and dashed off. I realised and returned it only to be informed after this that the beer I had wasn't available. The staff were abrupt and didn't seem to care. Thoroughly disappointed.more
Got the Sunday roast which was a terrible mistake. The best things on the plate were the undercooked carrots and the cabbage. The beef was tough and dry. Expensive and not good. Go somewhere else!more
Came here for pre-theatre dinner (which you MUST book for, it will fill up!), and we had such a lovely meal upstairs in elegant restaurant, with the windows open and a lovely breeze flowing through - not to mention a view of the river and the city across it.
The menu will change seasonally so there is no sense making particular recommendations - there are 2-3 choices for starter and main and...more
I wanted to experience a proper tea while in London and ended up at Swan Shakespeare's Globe after touring the Tate Modern. Served from 11:30 am - 3:30 pm Monday thru Saturday and 2:00 - 3:30 pm on Sunday, it was the perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
The restaurant itself is two levels, with the tea taking place on the top, more formal level. We were seated near a window which provided a great...more
A walk around the Thames on a sunny afternoon can be a treat. The weather is so unpredictable that when you are blessed with a bit of sunshine and warmth, it can really lift your spirits and make you much more sociable. London Bridge is a meeting point for some of my friends and I, as it is central for us all to make our way home. It's not a bad spot at all with its bars, pubs, market, places...more